Rosann Santos Presents Her 5 Steps We Must Take To Create An Inclusive, Represenative and Equitable Society
Creating an inclusive, representative and equitable society has become a topic of discussion with growing importance among the DEI community. It is of even greater importance to those who seek representation and equal access in our society,
Her steps can be summarized as:
1. Hold the mirror up to yourself.
2. Leap out of that self-limiting box you live in.
3. Mentor, teach, and model the behavior to young people.
4. Take care of others who are experiencing isms.
5. Be intentional and strategic.
Her full comments can be heard at the link below:
She described her experience working with initiatives to promote Diversity and Inclusion as, "I have dedicated my life to working with individuals and groups to see beyond the stereotypes and microaggressions that can limit others and themselves."
Her closing comments were, "Most of my coaching clients tend to be women of color. And they often battle invisibility and voicelessness that began when they were young girls and not necessarily when they started their careers. They are trapped by their own internal struggles and that is just as limiting. I work with people to help them overcome those challenges."
Rosann Santos facilitates leadership training and unconscious bias as an independent consultant for FranklinCovey. Stephen R. Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, explores the principles of effective self-leadership, influence, collaboration, and improvement.
Rosann has facilitated leadership development and training with individuals, corporations, government entities, law enforcement and higher education institutions.
To retain her services for Leadership Training, Unconscious Bias and Sensitivity Training, visit her page on the FranklinCovey website:
For more information on Rosann's background, her training, keynote speaking, and facilitation, visit her website at RosannSantos.com
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